This is an updated version of something that has been around for a long time. It's a to-scale diorama of our solar system, peppered with little jokes and such. Just get as far as Earth, if you do anything.
So there's this new videogame that is kind of what might have happened if Frank Miller and Tarantino had a love child. It's the 60s and the Nazis won. You're pissed about that and aim to do something about it.
And to advertise it, they created a fake recording label with all sorts of 60s hits as they might have sounded if they were written with the Third Reich in charge. Creepy, funny and totally weird.
Check it out: http://www.neumondrecordings.com/en-us/site
This is how internet works in America. And Canada, but here it's slightly more polite about it.
You wouldn't think Disney could be this funny. This cartoon was made in '97 and disappeared for a while. It was recovered a few years ago and now you're watching it. Life is cool.
The legendary Canadian adventurer, storm chaser and wearer of comical horse-head masks cooks some bacon with a twenty-five-hundred degree pool of liquidized iron he makes with thermite.
Please don't look up online the really easy, simple method of making thermite then get a bucket like his with sand and try this cool and relatively safe experiment on your own. Or at least don't sue me if you lose a limb.
HANKS AFICIONADO - The Tom Hanks Magazine.
Because. I don't know.
A really cool fake documentary from the future, where the economic balance of the world has shifted, and North America finds itself on the other end of consumer capitalism.
Several segments are online. The trailer is at the bottom.
Digital Janitor http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H_ZeDtorKcA
Baby Makers http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jVH7TQ5gqj0
Digital Spam http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J21WdMbTYx4
"The idea that a young child could have psychopathic tendencies remains controversial among psychologists. Laurence Steinberg, a psychologist at Temple University, has argued that psychopathy, like other personality disorders, is almost impossible to diagnose accurately in children, or even in teenagers — both because their brains are still developing and because normal behavior at these ages can be misinterpreted as psychopathic. Others fear that even if such a diagnosis can be made accurately, the social cost of branding a young child a psychopath is simply too high. (The disorder has historically been considered untreatable.) John Edens, a clinical psychologist at Texas A&M University, has cautioned against spending money on research to identify children at risk of psychopathy. “This isn’t like autism, where the child and parents will find support,” Edens observes. “Even if accurate, it’s a ruinous diagnosis. No one is sympathetic to the mother of a psychopath.”
The boxes with "Drugs" written on them is a nice touch of realism.
Recent studies have indicated that three servings of Jack Hostrawser per day may help to prevent sudden comas.